Equal Pay

pay inequality

The Gender Pay Gap Actually Starts When We’re 14

In her book, "The Cost of Being a Girl," Yasemin Besen-Cassino illustrates how pay inequality begins when we first enter the workforce.
Kimberly Lawson
4.3.18
Op-Ed

We Can't Change the Restaurant Industry without Improving HR

When we talk about long-term solutions, we have to aim for more than not crossing the law, because the law can and does fail us.
Leah Campbell
12.22.17
politics

House Committee Votes to Kill Equal Pay Initiative

This week, the House Appropriations Committee quietly approved a budget amendment to reduce transparency around employee pay data.
Linda Yang
7.26.17
Highlights

U.S. Women and U.S. Soccer Have a New CBA

USWNT and U.S. Soccer agreed to a five-year CBA, but the women did not get equal pay.
Sean Newell
4.5.17
Equal Pay

You Can’t Close the Gender Gap in Science and Tech Without Equal Pay

On Equal Pay Day, let’s take stock of the wage gap in STEM fields.
Ankita Rao and Kate Lunau
4.4.17
Equal Pay

Iceland Announces Plan to Enforce Equal Pay Across All Companies

"The fact that the Icelandic government is taking this action represents an endorsement of the importance of gender equity. The government is leading by example, showing that it recognizes that what's good for women is good for men, business...
Kimberly Lawson
3.10.17
Broadly

It Pays to Be an Assertive Woman in the Workplace, New Study Says

According to a recent study, women who are assertive in the workplace are compensated more than their "nice" counterparts. But even the most dominant women are still paid less than the least assertive men.
Sarah Hagi
11.28.16
Money

The Wage Gap Is Real, and It's Costing Women $500,000

A new study sets out to debunk every myth about why women workers are paid less than men.
Gabby Bess
10.25.16
Broadly

Surprise! On Average, Women Work Four Years Longer Than Men

New research shows that women work an average of four years longer than men during their lives—and it's all thanks to unpaid domestic work and chores.
Sirin Kale
9.22.16
USWNT

USWNT Administered a Drubbing to Colombia With Some Gloriously Cheeky Goals

Julie Johnston tallied two on the day, Christen Press one, and a couple devastating chips were enjoyed by all.
Liam Daniel Pierce
4.10.16
USWNT

Rejected Statements from U.S. Soccer on Equal Pay

U.S. Soccer responded pretty poorly to the USWNT's EEOC complaint for equal pay. But could it have been worse?
Sean Newell
3.31.16
Sorry Not Sorry

​Novak Djokovic Teaches a Vital Life Lesson in the Art of the Non-Apology

Have you ever had to apologise, even when you didn't really feel like it? Yeah, that's now known as "doing a Djokovic"
Will Magee
3.23.16
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